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Old 01-09-2008, 12:15 AM   #1
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log of a perticular folder

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I wanted the log of a perticular folder that i am having in DATA. well if we cannot get the log of that folder without any script. then please give a simple script with the instruction how to use it as i am a complete newbie for LINUX and for your information i am using centos4. i really appreciate your kind help. Thank you.
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What do you mean by the "log of a particular folder"?
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i meant to say i want to know which perticular person is opening that folder and creating a file and which user is deleteing the file. basically its a SAMBA PDC setup here. need help on it.
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Interesting Q, doesn't anyone have an answer?
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You’d need some sort of kernel module (since inotify doesn’t keep track of this sort of thing). Something as heavyweight as tripwire would work, and something as lightweight as a modified/filtered rfsdelta would work.


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